UK employment law reforms 2013
There are a number of important reforms being made to UK employment law this year, largely due to the enactment of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA). Many of the reforms under ERRA are being implemented over a period of time from 2013 and beyond, following a period of intensive consultation by the UK government. Keeping track of all the proposed reforms can be a challenge.
This client alert summarises the key reforms that have recently come into force and provides a timetable for the implementation of other key proposed reforms so that employers can start planning more effectively to accommodate the changes…
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